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  • 2020 Jul 12Articles
    How to stay motivated while studying/working remotely

    We’re in the midst of an unprecedented situation — only a few months ago we were going to the mall, hanging out with friends, and going to school or the office. Normal life as we know it has changed and COVID-19 not only brings with it physical challenges but also is taking a toll on our mental well-being. While previously we would find excuses to cancel plans, it’s now not uncommon to promise ourselves “when all this ends, I’m never turning down an invite again.”

  • 2020 Jun 25Articles
    COVID-19: An Opportunity to reassess reality of Int’l relations

    The first question to be taken here is, where does COVID-19 belong within the study of international relations? The second is What will the world look like after the end of the Covid-19 to which I have already alluded between the lines henceforth. and the third is the states themselves a view of international society after the dust settles down.

  • 2020 Jun 18Articles
    Quarantine in Islamic Perspective

    Quarantine is one of the most important means to prevent the spread of epidemic diseases in the present time. Accordingly, people are prevented from entering areas where there is a kind of outbreak of disease, and mixing with the infected people, as well as preventing the people of those areas from exiting their local habitat, whether or not the person has this epidemic.

  • 2020 Jun 11Articles
    Oral Care strategies for children with ADHD

    Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder- ADHD shows inattentiveness (they lack ability to keep focus/concentrate) and are hyperactive (excessive movement that is not appropriate to the setting) and are highly impulsive (they do things in rush without thinking).

  • 2020 Jun 10Government Letters
    Awareness is our medicine. Until we find a cure…

    The fact that the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has dominated people’s online search queries and behaviours globally in the past six months is clearly indicative of the fact that life during this pandemic has, among other things, been one full of questions.

  • 2020 May 21Articles
    Childhood Disintegrative Disorder – An Autism Spectrum Disorder

    On the autism spectrum, this is the most severe form of neurological disorder, though quite rare. In the beginning, the children develop normally. Unfortunately, usually between 2-through-4-years of age they started losing language, mental, motor (fine muscle movements) and acquired social skills. These disabilities often accompanied with epileptic fits (seizures).

  • 2020 May 17Articles
    Top tips from experts: How to Invest in sports memorabilia

    For a lot of people, collecting sports memorabilia is a passion-driven hobby. Usually starting as kids, this hobby often falls by the wayside when other priority focuses such as saving for a car, getting a college degree, or starting a family pop up. But whether it’s baseball trading cards or signed football kits, there’s a solid chance that when you return to your collection, you’re not only excited by the memories, but by the potential.

  • 2020 May 14Articles
    Higher education in UAE during Covid-19 pandemic

    Antonio Guterres, U.N. Secretary-General, said that COVID-19 is the most challenging crisis since World War II. The disruptive nature of the virus pushed governments worldwide to take extreme measures to stop its spread and control its immediate and long-term implications.

  • 2020 May 10Articles
    Parenting Tips to Help Cope During COVID-19

    The only topic on everyone’s mind is COVID-19 and the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic. By now, most of us know that we must regularly wash our hands for at least 20 seconds, practice social distancing and if you’re sick, seek medical attention. It can be hard to be cooped up at home, but COVID-19 can have a devastating impact on older sections of the population and those who are immunocompromised. This is why it’s necessary we do our part in following government instructions and practise safe hygiene.

  • 2020 Mar 22Articles
    Playing ball in multi-billion dollar sports collectible market

    If you’re a sports fan, there’s no greater thrill than watching that game-winning moment that propels your favourite team into the winners’ bracket. Unless of course, you are the owner of the game-winning ball or jersey autographed by the player who scored the winning goal or points!

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